10 Results for Admiralty
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Thomas Corbett, Admiralty Office, to Philip Case, mayor of Lynn: Case has written about several seamen who entered the Swift at Lynn on promise of being discharged; when the present service of watching the motions of the French at Dunkirk is over, she will be ordered back to Lynn.
- BL/CS 3/26
- 20 Mar 1746
Philip Case; 1712-1792; alderman, attorney, controller of customs; King's Lynn and Great Fransham, Norfolk
- BL/CS 1/15/1/18
- 30 May 1755
Townshend family; 1465-1950; Marquess of Townshend
Robert Underwood to Lords of the Admiralty and Secretary at War: their preparations to put into effect the act for speedy and effectual recruiting; all persons within the description of the act to be brought before the justices on 14 April. [draft]
- BL/CS 3/64
- 24 Mar 1756
- BL/CS 3/81-82
- 14 Aug 1761
Hon George Walpole; 1730-1791; 3rd Earl of Orford
Lord Townshend, to Philip Case: 'your friend and my relation' [his son Charles Townshend] furnishes much conversation in town; he had accepted position as First Lord of the Admiralty but tried to insist on Mr Burrell's appointment to a seat on the board; further details and political gossip.
- BL/CS 1/15/1/64
- 25 Apr 1763
George Townshend; 1724-1807; 1st Marquess Townshend of Raynham, soldier, politician
- GTN 5/7/15
Subjects covered include political and war news; [brother] Edward's hopes of appointment to the Admiralty Board and his trip to Spain; Great Yarmouth politics including election petition; some estate business; and the writer's appointmen...
Harbord Harbord; 1734-1810; 1st Baron Suffield, politician